Sweden’s Jack of all trades and master of many, Saab Group, arrives at the Paris Air Show with a lineup of new airborne weaponry, from fighter jets to trainers and early-warning and submarine-hunting aircraft. It has even started work on a 21st-century version of the air-launched Robotsystem-15F (RBS15) anti-ship missile introduced in 1982. Last May in Linkoping, the Scandinavian company rolled out the first of three test aircraft of the new Gripen E-series multirole fighter ordered ...

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